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TJX Banks Ask Judge To Rethink Class Certification

Law360 (December 13, 2007, 12:00 AM EST) -- A group of plaintiffs has asked a district court judge to rethink his order refusing to certify the class in an action against TJX Companies Inc. over a massive security breach across the United States.

To satisfy his concern that the class would include banks that have not been injured from the data leak, Judge William G. Young should merely amend the class definition to state that the class does not seek damages and to exclude those that did, the banks and bank associations said on...
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